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The sound archive includes ‘born-digital’ and older formats such as audio-cassettes and CDs of radio programmes on medical, biomedical and medical-historical topics. Non-broadcasted material includes recordings documenting exhibitions, interviews, lectures, conferences, seminars and symposia, many of which were organised by the Wellcome Trust.

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This audio recording contains various lung sounds including normal and abnormal breath sounds (bronchitis, wheezes, and other adventitious sounds) carefully explained by Dr Paul Forgacs. Treatment before and after aerosol treatment is demonstrated. Severe obstruction of the trachea or the larynx is heard; this sound is very distinctive and known as 'stridor'. Forgacs asks for clinicians to be consistent with their description of medical sounds and provides helpful guidance on the precise nature...
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Topics: Bronchitis D001991, Respiratory Sounds D012135, Asthma. D001249
These are recordings of the tarantella, a musical therapy for people bitten by the tarantula. They were produced by Diego Carpitella and Alan Lomax while researching the condition in Apulia, Italy, as part of Ernesto de Martino's wider ethnographic study of the same name. The tape contains a brief narrative (in Italian), which adds context to the recordings, explains how the tarantella would have sounded in the 17th century and why it has changed over time. 1 segment
Topics: Music Therapy history, Medicine, Traditional, History of Medicine.
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Produced as a marketing tool for the hypertension drugs Centyl and Reserpine, this record features heart sounds and murmurs encountered in the most common congenital and acquired heart diseases. Each recording is preceded by a brief description. 1. The normal heart; 2. Interventricular septal defect; 3. Interatrial septal defect; 4. Pulmonary stenosis; 5. Patent ductus arteriosus; 6. Mitral stenosis; 7. Mitral insufficiency; 8. Aortic stenosis; 9. Aortic insufficiency; 10. Hypertension within...
Topics: Cardiology D002309, Heart Auscultation D006326, Heart Sounds D006347, Heart Murmurs D006337
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This short recording claims to be the voice of Queen Victoria. Although it may feature her words, the recording features the cut-glass voice of an actress. The recitation is repeated
Topic: Voice
This short recording is an extract of a talk by Sir Alexander Fleming entitled 'Discovery of Penicillin', a BBC recording for Science Notebook, 28 August, 1945. Fleming talks about penicillin and the hopes to be found from other moulds in the future. He also warns, prophetically, about antibiotic resistance and how the wrong dosage (and usage) of penicillin could lead to 'educated microbes' - an outcome of antibiotic use which is all too familiar over half a century later. 1 segment.
Topics: Antibacterial agents History, Penicillins
This recording is the eigth of nine made by Georgetown University Medical Centre, Department of Cardiology under the Direction of Dr. W. Proctor Harvey, assisted by Dr.'s John Stapleton and Edward Mears, which aim to be a 'collection of the most important points representing clinical auscultation of the heart.' Reel 8 contains recordings of heart murmurs, in particular with regards to congenital heart disease. 1 segment.
Topics: Cardiology, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds., Heart Murmurs.
This very short recording contains the voice of a 1930s GP recounting things some of his patients have said to him immediately before they died. 1 segment
Topics: Education, Medical, Family Practice
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by the Wellcome Trust for follow-up interviews a year later.
Topics: Public art, Bereavement
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by the Wellcome Trust for follow-up interviews a year later.
Topics: Public art, Bereavement
These short recording was made on 30th July 1890 to raise money for the impoverished veterans of the Charge of the Light Brigade. The full transcript of the recording says: 'When I am no longer even a memory, just a name, I hope my voice may perpetuate the great work of my life. God bless my dear old comrades of Balaclava and bring them safe to shore. Florence Nightingale.' In fact, there are two recitations; the second has slightly altered wording to the first, which was presumably a practice...
This recording is the third of nine made by Georgetown University Medical Centre, Department of Cardiology under the Direction of Dr. W. Proctor Harvey, assisted by Dr.'s John Stapleton and Edward Mears, which aim to be a 'collection of the most important points representing clinical auscultation of the heart.' Reel 3 contains recordings of cardiac irregularities. 1 segment.
Topics: Cardiology, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds., Heart Murmurs.
Item 22 from No. 3 B Series 5 (side 2) is Sir Henry Dale, English Physiologist, Nobel prize winner. This record, part of a series presents 'personal philosophies of thoughtful people' includes Sir Henry Dale, physiologist and Nobel Prize winner (and Wellcome scientist) who talks on Edward R. Murrow's radio interview series 'This I Believe'.
Topic: Voice
These short recording was made on 30th July 1890 to raise money for the impoverished veterans of the Charge of the Light Brigade. The full transcript of the recording says: 'When I am no longer even a memory, just a name, I hope my voice may perpetuate the great work of my life. God bless my dear old comrades of Balaclava and bring them safe to shore. Florence Nightingale.' In fact, there are two recitations; the second has slightly altered wording to the first, which was presumably a practice...
Topic: History of Medicine
This recording is the sixth of nine made by Georgetown University Medical Centre, Department of Cardiology under the Direction of Dr. W. Proctor Harvey, assisted by Dr.'s John Stapleton and Edward Mears, which aim to be a 'collection of the most important points representing clinical auscultation of the heart.' Reel 6 contains recordings of heart murmurs. 1 segment.
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Topics: Cardiology, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds., Heart Murmurs.
This recording is the first of nine made by Georgetown University Medical Centre, Department of Cardiology under the Direction of Dr. W. Proctor Harvey, assisted by Dr.'s John Stapleton and Edward Mears, which aim to be a 'collection of the most important points representing clinical auscultation of the heart.' Reel 1 includes an introduction to the collection including dedications to heart specialists who helped in its production. The narrator also likens listening to the heart and learning to...
Topics: Cardiology, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds., Heart Murmurs.
Dr Ian Fletcher in conversation with Dr Ruth Blue discusses his career at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton where he worked as an orthopaedic surgeon until he sustained an injury to his eye. 1 segment.
Topics: Oral history, Disabled Children, Thalidomide., Prostheses and Implants., Occupational Therapy.,...
Martha Ruth Meyerowitz talks to Shirley Collins about her experience of healthcare from childhood until the present day. 1 segment.
Topics: Oral history, Family Health
This recording is the seventh of nine made by Georgetown University Medical Centre, Department of Cardiology under the Direction of Dr. W. Proctor Harvey, assisted by Dr.'s John Stapleton and Edward Mears, which aim to be a 'collection of the most important points representing clinical auscultation of the heart.' Reel 7 contains recordings of heart murmurs. 1 segment.
Topics: Cardiology, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds., Heart Murmurs.
Produced as a marketing tool for the Beta blockers Eraldin and Inderal, this record supplies a commentary based on the film
Topics: Cardiology D002309, Adrenergic beta-Antagonists D000319
This recording is the fifth of nine made by Georgetown University Medical Centre, Department of Cardiology under the Direction of Dr. W. Proctor Harvey, assisted by Dr.'s John Stapleton and Edward Mears, which aim to be a 'collection of the most important points representing clinical auscultation of the heart.' Reel 5 contains recordings of heart murmurs. 1 segment.
Topics: Cardiology, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds., Heart Murmurs.
This recording is the second of nine made by Georgetown University Medical Centre, Department of Cardiology under the Direction of Dr. W. Proctor Harvey, assisted by Dr.'s John Stapleton and Edward Mears, which aim to be a 'collection of the most important points representing clinical auscultation of the heart.' Reel 2 contains recordings of cardiac irregularities. 1 segment.
Topics: Cardiology, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds., Heart Murmurs.
Pre-plinth interview: Geoff Savage talks to Kate Rowles. Geoff plans to hold up three signs stating three of his self-described 'shallow, petty beliefs'. Time start: 00:00:00:00 Time end: 00:19:12:00 Length: 00:19:12:00
Topic: Public art
A magazine style sound recording co-edited by three chief editors; Martinus Woerdeman (Amsterdam), Morris Fishbein (Chicago) and Sir Heneage Ogilvie (London). The recording comprises of a 'Special feature', a report on Ulcerative Colitis from the International Congress of Gastroenterology, Leyden, Netherlands. The moderator was Dr. S. C. Truelove and the participants were Dr. H. E. Bacon, Dr. J. J. Groen, Dr. N. Svartz and Dr. G. Watkinson. The outcome of the symposium was to encourage greater...
Topics: Colitis, Ulcerative D003093, Gastroenterology D005762, Cardiac Surgical Procedures D006348,...
Paediatrician H.G. Farquhar describes normal and abnormal respiratory sounds in both adults and children. His description is illustrated by recorded sounds which include: rhonchi, crepitations, bronchial breathing, asthma. 1 segment.
Topics: Bronchitis, Respiratory Sounds, Asthma.
This recording is the ninth of nine made by Georgetown University Medical Centre, Department of Cardiology under the Direction of Dr. W. Proctor Harvey, assisted by Dr.'s John Stapleton and Edward Mears, which aim to be a 'collection of the most important points representing clinical auscultation of the heart.' Reel 9 contains recordings of miscellaneous auscultatory findings. 1 segment.
Topics: Cardiology, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds., Heart Murmurs.
This recording is the fourth of nine made by Georgetown University Medical Centre, Department of Cardiology under the Direction of Dr. W. Proctor Harvey, assisted by Dr.'s John Stapleton and Edward Mears, which aim to be a 'collection of the most important points representing clinical auscultation of the heart.' Reel 4 contains recordings of cardiac irregularities. 1 segment.
Topics: Cardiology, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds., Heart Murmurs.
A magazine style sound recording co-edited by three chief editors; Martinus Woerdeman (Amsterdam), Morris Fishbein (Chicago) and Sir Heneage Ogilvie (London). The recording comprises of a 'Special feature', a report on the controversy around 'Live and Killed Virus' from the Fifth International Poliomyelitis Conference held in Copenhagen, Denmark. This item includes a special interview with Jonas E. Salk and a symposium moderated by John R. Paul with participation by Albert B. Sabin, David...
Topics: Poliomyelitis D011051, Neoplasms therapy D009369Q000628, Drug Therapy D004358, Early Detection of...
Dr. Bethel Solomons talks about common lumps or nodules in the skin. He gives a detailed list of the most common benign lumps such as warts, and the best way of treating them. He then goes on to give a list of the most common malignant skin lumps and their treatments. It is clear that when he gave the lecture, he was also showing slides to his audience.|c1 segment
Topics: Skin, History of Medicine.
These medical heart sounds are on an acetate disc to accompany the Soviet Medical Encyclopaedia. The audio illustrates five presentations of pericardites which can be diagnosed by their distinctive sound. 1 segment.
Topics: Pericarditis, History of Medicine
A magazine style sound recording co-edited by three chief editors; Martinus Woerdeman (Amsterdam), Morris Fishbein (Chicago) and Sir Heneage Ogilvie (London). The recording comprises of a 'Special feature', a report on 'Urinary Infections in Childhood' from the Seventh Annual Meeting of the British Association of Pediatric Surgeons, in the form of a symposium moderated by R. B. Zachery. Other participants were D. Innes Willams, C. C. Winkel Smith, F. Douglas Stephens recorded in London. The...
Topics: Poliomyelitis D011051, Infection D007239, Urinary Tract D014551, Pediatrics D010372, Heart Arrest...
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A Pfizer Medical Recording. From the sleeve notes: this is the second recording concerned with depressive illness issued by Harvey Pharmaceuticals as a service to the medical profession.
Topics: Mental Health, Antidepressive Agents, Depression
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by Random House, the publishers of the One & Other book, for follow-up interviews a year later. These interviews have been licensed to the Wellcome Trust as part...
Topics: Gender identity, Public art, Gender Identity
German physician Professor Werner Forssmann was joint recipient of the 1956 Nobel Prize in Medicine (with Andre Cournand and Dickinson Richards) for developing the technique of cardiac catheterisation. In 1929, he performed the procedure on himself under local anesthetic, inserting a flexible catheter into a vein in his left arm and passing it up into his heart.
Topics: Cardiology D002309, Catheterization D002404
The recordings of the various speeches made to celebrate the centenary of Henry S. Wellcome. 1 segment
Topic: History of Medicine
Dr. Herman A. Snellen's 1960 lecture on the history of cardiology. 1 segment
Topics: Cardiology, History of Medicine
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by Random House, the publishers of the One & Other book, for follow-up interviews a year later. These interviews have been licensed to the Wellcome Trust as part...
Topics: Public art, Infant Mortality
Martha Ruth Meyerowitz talks to Jim Mulligan about his experience of healthcare from childhood until the present day. 1 segment.
Topics: Oral history, Family Health
Sir Henry Dale's lecture on the pituitary gland. 1 segment.
Topics: Pituitary Gland, Endocrinology
Dr. C.A.H. Watts' lecture about how far GP's can go in the treatment of psychiatric patients. Includes simple classification of psychiatric conditions seen in general practice; diagnosis and long-term management of these conditions. 1 segment
Topics: Physicians (General practice), Psychiatry, Family Practice., History of Medicine.
This is a unique record of life and work in the temporary 100-bed isolation hospital established at Kakonko in the Kibondo District of Tanganyika by Drs. J.S. Oakey and I. Lanfer of the Tanganyika Medical Service during a severe outbreak of poliomyelitis in 1956-57. Shows diagnostic testing of muscle activity and reflexes in children, and the pitiful physical condition of severely affected children in the final stages of the disease.
Topics: Poliomyelitis, History of Medicine, Poliomyelitis epidemiology., Tropical Medicine., Child.,...
A recording of Colonel E.Selby Phipson, M.D.I.M.S. Senior Medical Officer, Colony of Aden (in Hindustan), on how tropical countries can best avoid the spread of contagious diseases such as malaria and tuberculosis. 1 segment
Topics: Tropical Medicine, History of Medicine
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Mr. V. J. Downie gives a clear and simple account of the mechanisms of shock, its recognition and treatment. 1 segment.
Topic: Shock
This is an audio commentary probably for a film which describes the ease of administering intravenous anaesthesia. The patients are named as A, B etc. There are obvious periods of silence when the recording has been stopped (perhaps to synchronise with the footage). Judging by the very slight antipodean accent of the narrator, he is likely to be Sir Robert Reynolds MacIntosh who was one of the founder members of SAAD. 1 segment.
Topics: Anesthesia, Intravenous, History of Dentistry
Dr. Lindsay W. Batten talks at the Annual General Meeting of the College of General Practitioners about medical education. 1 segment
Topic: Education, Medical
Sir Henry Dale talks to Audrey Russell about his life and experiences. 1 segment.
Topic: History of Medicine
Dr. Roy Pilsworth talks about the relationship between the general practitioner and virus laboratories. He traces the history of virus laboratories and how they began to make headway with diseases such as polio. 1 segment.
Topics: Family Practice, Virology
This talk was broadcast on the BBC's Home Service in 1962 and it filled the interval of a musical performance from the Royal Festival Hall, London. At the time of the recording Cecily Williams was Professor of Maternal-Child Health at the American University, Beirut. Drawing on her experience of working in maternal and child health Cicely Williams argues that improving health care in the developing countries is a more effective way of controlling the population than imposing birth control...
Topics: Malnutrition, Pediatrics, Kwashiorkor.
Dr David M. Hughes talks at the Annual General Meeting of the College of General Practitioners about his experience working in general practice. He recalls the daily life of a country practitioner in a Welsh village in the 1930s and 1940s, and describes the dramatic changes engendered by the antibiotic revolution. 1 segment.
Topics: Education, Medical, Family Practice, General Practice, Sulfonamides, Midwifery
Martha Ruth Meyerowitz talks to Fred Alsop about his experience of healthcare from childhood until the present day. 1 segment.
Topics: Oral history, Family Health
Dr. R. I. Milne, a London coroner discusses some medico-legal problems as to when the GP should ask for the coroner and when he need not, giving actual examples of cases from his and colleagues experiences. 1 segment.
Topic: Coroners and Medical Examiners
Dr. G. Abercrombie talks at the Annual General Meeting of the College of General Practitioners about medical education, in particular how best a consultation with a member of the public ought to be carried out. 1 segment.
Topics: Education, Medical, Family Practice
Rebecca Hoyes talks to John Northeast about his experience of healthcare from childhood until the present day. 1 segment.
Topics: Oral history, Family Health
Dr. Michael Hamilton's 1958 lecture about the problems, causes and treatments of hypertension. 1 segment
Topics: Hypertension, History of Medicine
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by the Wellcome Trust for follow-up interviews a year later.
Topics: Public art, Gene banks, Plant, Sustainable agriculture
Miss Bourne's commentary recorded here is for the 1955 film of the same title. The film shows nurses in Hong Kong being trained in the care of mothers and babies. Among the subjects described are how to bath and dry a baby, clothes for a baby, breastfeeding, making baby comfortable in her cot, baby getting diphtheria injection, issues of safety in the home, how to help a baby bring up wind, sterilization of feeding bottles, teaching good cleaning habits, etc. 1 segment
Topics: Social history, Tropical Medicine, History of Medicine.
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R. I. Baylis introduces the concept of steroid treatment. 1 segment
Topics: Steroids, Cortisone
Martha Ruth Meyerowitz talks to Lillian Shillingford about her experience of healthcare from childhood until the present day. 1 segment.
Topics: Oral history, Family Health
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by Random House, the publishers of the One & Other book, for follow-up interviews a year later. These interviews have been licensed to the Wellcome Trust as part...
Topic: Public art
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by Random House, the publishers of the One & Other book, for follow-up interviews a year later. These interviews have been licensed to the Wellcome Trust as part...
Topic: Public art
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by the Wellcome Trust for follow-up interviews a year later.
Topics: Public art, Conservationists
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by the Wellcome Trust for follow-up interviews a year later.
Topics: Public art, Hermits, Pillar saints
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by the Wellcome Trust for follow-up interviews a year later.
Topics: Public art, Ageism
Martha Ruth Meyerowitz talks to Christine Stammers about her experience of healthcare from childhood until the present day. 1 segment.
Topics: Oral history, Family Health
Dr Carl Prausnitz Giles' recollections of his life and career recorded on 5 March, 1961 when he was 85 years old. In this short interview he discusses the years of his life before he became a general practitioner. Prausnitz was born in Hamburg, Germany. After qualifying in medicine at the age of 25 he became a eminent bacteriologist. He discusses his experiences assisting William Philipps Dunbar and later Richard Pfeiffer, as well as his development of the Prausnitz-K__stner immunologic test...
Topics: History of Medicine, Allergy and Immunology, Bacteriology
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by the Wellcome Trust for follow-up interviews a year later.
Topic: Public art
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by the Wellcome Trust for follow-up interviews a year later.
Topics: Public art, Bereavement
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by Random House, the publishers of the One & Other book, for follow-up interviews a year later. These interviews have been licensed to the Wellcome Trust as part...
Topic: Public art
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by Random House, the publishers of the One & Other book, for follow-up interviews a year later. These interviews have been licensed to the Wellcome Trust as part...
Topics: Public art, Infant Mortality
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by the Wellcome Trust for follow-up interviews a year later.
Topic: Public art
This is an audio recording of the AGM of the Brook Advisory Centre's AGM which took place in 1971. The first speaker is a woman; she discusses a court case where the organisation has taken action against a doctor. 1 segment.
Topics: Contraception, Family Planning Services, Abortion Applicants.
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by the Wellcome Trust for follow-up interviews a year later.
Topic: Public art
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by Random House, the publishers of the One & Other book, for follow-up interviews a year later. These interviews have been licensed to the Wellcome Trust as part...
Topic: Public art
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by Random House, the publishers of the One & Other book, for follow-up interviews a year later. These interviews have been licensed to the Wellcome Trust as part...
Topic: Public art
This recording is from a series of 2400, which were captured by the Wellcome Trust prior to the participants ascending to the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Central London, between 6th July and 14th October 2009. Antony Gormley's live artwork was commissioned by the Mayor of London. A group of 20 'plinthers' were then selected by the Wellcome Trust for follow-up interviews a year later.
Topics: Public art, Bereavement
F. M. Rose, one of the founder members of the College of General Practitioners talks about its beginnings. 1 segment.
Topic: Family Practice